A Rockville Centre resident was indicted on federal racketeering charges Wednesday.
Perryman, 27, of Old Mill Court, was indicted on federal racketeering
charges stemming from activities occurring between January 2002 and
February 2012, police said.
to the Rockville Centre Police Department, Perryman belongs to the ‘Old
Mill Court Bloods,’ which is a criminal gang enterprise comprised
primarily of individuals who reside in Rockville Centre. The furtherance
of their gang activities is promoted through fear, intimidation,
threats of violence, and by committing acts of violence.
behavior of the gang has included murder, attempted murder, robbery,
assault, narcotics trafficking, witness tampering and witness
retaliation, police said.
was indicted on 10 counts. According to police, the included charges
are racketeering, racketeering conspiracy, conspiracy to distribute
controlled substances, two counts of attempted murder, two counts of
assault with a dangerous weapon (firearm), two counts of discharge of a
firearm during crimes of violence: attempted murder and Assault, and
conspiracy to commit murder. Two acts of robbery were also included in
If convicted, Perryman faces a sentence of life imprisonment, police said.
indictment is the result of a three-year investigation and the efforts
of the Rockville Centre Police Department detectives, acting with the
F.B.I. Long Island Gang Task Force.
Centre Police Commissioner Charles Gennario thanked the U.S. Attorney’s
Office, the F.B.I. Long Island Gang Task Force, and the Nassau County
Police Department for their assistance and contributions to this case.
number one goal is to keep our residents safe and this indictment is a
big step in accomplishing that objective,” Gennario said. “The Rockville
Centre Police Department wants to thank all of our partners in this
case, and I particularly want to express my appreciation for the efforts
of the F.B.I., the U.S. Attorney’s Office, and our colleagues at the
Nassau County Police Department.”
The case will be adjudicated at the United States Eastern District Court in Central Islip.